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Learning support

ISD recognizes that students have different learning needs, consequently appropriate teaching within its resources is provided.  Within the limits of its financial and staffing resources, ISD will do all it can to offer students with mild learning difficulties the additional support they may require.

Some students may have academic, behavioural or social needs which are clearly beyond the provision of ISD.  In such cases, these students will not be admitted to ISD.

Students receiving Learning Support services have an IEP (Individual Education Plan), which is written in consultation with classroom teachers and parents.  Support for identified students can include one or more of the following:  monitoring, in-class support, programme modifications or accommodations, or withdrawal from classroom for small group work.

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